A substantial Cheshire Farm with a range of agricultural buildings, development opportunities and equestrian prospects.
Fully Refurbished 4 bedroom Cheshire Farmhouse.
Breakfast Kitchen, Dining Room, Snug, Office, Utility, Entrance Hall, Family Bathroom & 2 Shower rooms, Cellar.
Range of traditional and modern Farm buildings with equestrian facilities.
Traditional L-Shaped Brick Barn (The Threshing Barn) with Planning Permission to convert to 3 bed House.
The land equates to approx. 118 acres of prime productive grassland with the ability to convert to arable.
Circa 27 acres is p&p fenced, previously used for equestrian uses.
- Available as a whole or in Lots
- 118.00 Acres
- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bath/Shower rooms
- Paddock / Land
- Tack Room
- Horsebox Parking
As a whole £1.85 million
Lot 1: Manor Farmhouse and buildings with approx. 27 acres, as hatched green on the attached plan. Including The Threshing Barn. Asking price – £1.2 million
Lot 2: Approx. 9 acres as hatched red on the attached plan. Asking price – £100,000.
Lot 3: Approx. 81.6 acres of productive land as hatched blue on the attached plan. Offers in excess of £8000/acre.
Audlem 3 miles • Nantwich 8 miles • Market Drayton 10 miles • Shrewsbury 30 miles • Chester 30 miles (Distances Approximate)
The sale of Manor Farm in Buerton, Cheshire represents a rare opportunity to acquire a substantial former Dairy farm in the heart of Cheshire. More recently the property has been used for the running of a thoroughbred stud.
Manor farmhouse has been the subject of a major refurbishment to provide a 4-bedroom modern family accommodation. The farmhouse presently provides spacious and adaptable accommodation arranged over two floors served by oil fired central heating and well suited to family living. The front entrance leads into an entrance hall with office and cloakroom attached. A large Drawing/Dining room with a Clearview woodburner set in a brick surround fireplace. The living room benefits from a gas fire set in a fireplace with sliding patio doors to rear garden and patio area. The large farmhouse kitchen has tiled flooring throughout and exposed ceiling timbers with a range of base and wall units with integrated fridge, oil fired twin oven and hob Aga with separate four hob electric oven. There is a rear hallway with a large utility space off and side door to onto yard.
At first floor level there is a master bedroom with en-suite, a further three double bedrooms, separate shower room and family bathroom.
Outside there is a mixture of modern and traditional farm buildings with the potential for a range of farming systems and equestrian uses. Furthermore, within the front courtyard of Manor Farm is a traditional red brick barn (The Threshing Barn) which has the benefit of planning permission to convert to a 3-bedroom house. There has been a material commencement made on the planning consent, including ground works and a new roof.
The land totals 118 acres and offers a substantial block of highly productive grass and arable parcels. Approximately 90 acres has been farmed by traditional methods and mostly down to grass or maize. The remaining land was attached to the previous equestrian facility and is all down to grass and split into numerous post and rail fenced paddocks.
The property is approached off Hankins Hayes Lane, Buerton. There are two gated entrances, the first into a front of house Courtyard & the second a farm entrance for farm vehicles & horseboxes.
The property is located close to the popular village of Audlem, which offers all your daily requirements and amenities. The market town of Nantwich is less than 8 miles away and is well-appointed with notable primary and secondary schools.
There are good communication links within short distances. Junction 15 of the M6 is within 13 miles drive, whilst Crewe Station offers a 1.30hr train journey to London Euston.
Outside is a mixture of traditional and modern buildings. More recently the buildings have been used as an equestrian stud and as such offer a fantastic opportunity for those with equestrian interests. Alternatively, the buildings lend themselves to be converted back into agricultural, whether for arable, dairy production or the rearing of young stock.
The buildings comprise the following:
Ref Size Description (refer to Building Site Plan)
2. 21.12m x 4.9m Brick built under corrugated cement roof, open fronted lean-to housing 5 large Monarch Stables each having concrete flooring, automatic water feeders, external water tap, translucent roof lights & brick forecourt area under canopy.
3. 21.12m x 17.89m Steel portal framed building with corrugated cement roof and concrete floor.
4. 21.12m x 10.50m Steel portal framed building with corrugated cement roof and concrete floor.
5. 17.86m x 15.58m Steel portal framed building with corrugated roof and concrete floor with lean-to attached. Further portal framed building also attached.
6. 27.6m x 7.1m Half Steel, half concrete portal framed, open fronted, 6 bay barn. Corrugated tin roof and elevations.
7. 13.9m x 7.22m 3 bay, open fronted, steel portal framed building under corrugated tin roof and elevations.
8. 39m x 19m Enclosed former silage clamp, previously used as outdoor manege.
9. 20.7m x 13.35m Wood built portal framed former cubicle building with central feed passage.
10. 9.29m x 5.51m Former Poultry Sheds (&) Timber constructions with concrete floors.
11. 12.8m x 5.51m Former Poultry Sheds (&) Timber constructions with concrete floors.
12. See Plans The Threshing Barn – Brick built under slate roof with planning permission to convert to 3 bed dwelling.
13. 5.50m x 18.27m Steel portal framed building with corrugated tin roof, concrete block elevations and internal partitions.
The Land equates to 118.1 acres and is available as a whole or in separate Lots. It represents a substantial block of highly productive grass and arable parcels with excellent road frontage to Hankins Heyes Lane, existing gated entrances & mains water supply. A natural stream runs through a parcel of the land & furthermore there are two small natural areas of woodland.
81.6 acres lies ring fenced to the east of Hankins Heyes Lane & an individual 9.15 acre paddock lies to the west of Hankins Heyes Lane (directly opposite Manor house farm outbuildings).
There are 27.18 acres previously used in connection with the equestrian stud. The land is split into numerous post and rail paddocks perfect for grazing or alternatively can be put back into agricultural use.
Mains electricity, mains water (metered)
Private drainage via a septic tank.
Double Glazed uPVC windows throughout the house.
Oil fired central heating.
The purchaser of the farmland will be responsible for their own connection to services.
The Farm is not currently registered for Single Payment Scheme
Freehold available for Sale by Private Treaty
JACKSON PROPERTY for themselves and the vendors of the property, whose agents they are, give notice that these particulars, although believed to be correct, do not constitute any part of an offer of contract, that all statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without responsibility and are not to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and that they do not make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. An intending purchaser must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixture, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order, or fit for their purpose, neither has the agent checked legal documents to verify the freehold/leasehold status of the property. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.